Bream Bay

Bream Bay


Bream bay is one of our deeper dives which is located just 5 minutes from the Paphos Harbour.

This great dive site has two rock ridges on the sides and a large sandy bottom. Descend down the anchor line and begin your dive at about 24 meters on top of the rock ridge. Drop down into the sandy patch and follow along the right side of the ridge where you’ll see overhangs. Under the overhangs you will find curious dusky groupers however they do spook easily and move quickly. Follow the sandy patch along until you hit the deepest point of the dive at 28 meters. This will be your turnaround point of the dive and you will begin to head back towards the ascent line.  On the way back you we will have the chance to explore the ridge on the other side. On both sides of the ridge you’ll see lots of pink and purple calciferous algae as well as bright orange sponges.

Another popular feature of this dive site is the abundance of Sea bream which are often in schools. There are roughly 16 different species of Sea Bream in the Mediterranean and we a fortunate to find some of the rarest at this dive site.

On this dive site we often find abandoned fishing nets which we try to retrieve on a regular basis. As part of our 2021 goal to do more clean ups and retrieve as many abandoned nets as we can. Bream bay  along with a few others are on the top of our list.

Take a look at our schedule, and book your spot on this beautiful dive!

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